Symphonic Metal Group GRAVESHADOW Announce New Lineup and New Single!

So Cal based symphonic metal outfit GRAVESHADOW has announced the addition of two new members to the band. Vocalist Rachl Quinn and bassist Luci Rae have taken over their respective roles in the group. The band will also be releasing the new single, “Gwynnbleidd” on May 29th via M-Theory Audio. Get more details right here below.

From The Press Release

The symphonic/gothic metal group GRAVESHADOW will begin an exciting new chapter on May 29, when the Sacramento, California-based act releases a new single, “Gwynnbleidd.” In addition to being the first new music from the band – who have toured alongside the likes of Sirenia, Tarja and Angra – since their acclaimed 2018 M-Theory Audio debut “Ambition’s Price,” the song marks the debut of two new members: vocalist Rachl Quinn and bassist Luci Rae.

According to founding guitarist Will Walker, the new additions to GRAVESHADOW have reinvigorated the group. “I can’t explain how elated and and overjoyed I am that this has all come together,” he says. “At the end of 2018, I sincerely thought GRAVESHADOW was over. Aaron (Robitsch, guitars/keyboards) and I were writing for a new project, but when we heard Rachl’s audition tapes, there was no question that GRAVESHADOW had a chance to come back stronger than ever. The addition of Luci opens up new frontiers in writing, and the whole group just works together so well. This is a huge shake-up, a whole new lineup. While I know many of our fans may be raising some eyebrows right now, I feel confident that this lineup is going to deliver material that is going to kick us up to the next level. Thank you all for your continued support, and stay tuned – this is just the beginning of the next chapter in GRAVESHADOW history!”

Adds Robitsch, “Words cannot describe my excitement for what this lineup has in store! A year ago, I seriously thought this band was done for and was deeply saddened that all we had accomplished had come to a sudden end. I have to give a huge shout-out to my friend Avi Cohen for recommending Rachl, as her voice inspired Will and me to continue. Having Luci not only providing bass, but also growls allows us to present a new dynamic of vocal layers that we couldn’t accomplish with a single vocalist. I will cherish the memories shared with the ‘Ambition’s Price’ lineup, but I’m confident that new team is worthy of the GRAVESHADOW name!”

“Gwynnbleidd” is expected to appear on GRAVESHADOW’s forthcoming EP, which will further showcase the potential displayed on their 2015 debut “Nocturnal Resurrection” and “Ambition’s Price,” both of which saw the group deftly mix symphonic and gothic metal with elements of doom, thrash and epic progressive power metal. Additional information on the new release will follow in the coming months.

Since forming in 2013, GRAVESHADOW have earned extensive praise for mixing fantasy-based lyrics with crushing guitars, beautiful keyboard melodies, thundering bass, earth-shattering drums and powerful vocals that range from operatic highs to unearthly growls, creating a rich and dynamic musical atmosphere that is ripe for storytelling. In addition to the aforementioned artists, the group has built a steady following in the Western United States in recent years through regional tours and performances alongside the likes of Arkona, Children of Bodom, Apocalyptica, Marty Friedman, Death Angel, Flotsam and Jetsam and Anvil.

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I am a devoted husband and father. I have been a voracious horror fan since the early age of 5 and metal fan since I was 14. I watch all horror films but my great loves are classic horror films: Universal Monsters, Werewolves, Hammer Horror and an all-around affinity for things that go bump in the night! I'm also a huge fan of extreme metal music.

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